Issues relating to health care and health insurance coverage for public workers were discussed during this week’s “PSU Speaks Radio Program” on Nice Radio.
Fogging exercises have been intensified as SVG remains on alert for more cases of the dengue fever.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has seen an increase in the number of persons reporting symptoms suggestive of viral gastroenteritis through the National Syndromic Surveillance System.
Health practitioners came together on Monday to design and customize an integrated diabetes care model for St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Local Pathologist Dr. Ronald Child has given the thumbs up to the use of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine here in SVG.
The coming into being of a National Health and Wellness Commission is in fact an important moment in the development of healthcare here in SVG.
Vincentians are being encouraged to seek a healthier lifestyle in order to avoid serious medical conditions such as Kidney Disease.
Men need to be more proactive in relation to their health.
Vincentians are being encouraged to adopt good hygienic practices to avoid being contaminated with the bacteria which cause Conjunctivitis commonly known as Red Eye